Tag Archive: soup

Broccoli Cheddar Soup That Broccoli Haters Will Love (Tasty Tuesdays)

Broccoli and Cheddar Soup that even broccoli haters will love. Gluten Free Broccoli Cheddar Soup Recipe.

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Healthy and Tasty Coconut and Butternut Squash Soup (Tasty Tuesdays)

Coconut and Butternut Squash Soup: creamy butternut squash soup made with coconut milk. Vegan and Dairy Free Options.

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Amazingly Easy Navy Bean and Ham Soup (Tasty Tuesdays)

Navy Bean and Ham Soup, simple yet delicious soup made with a leftover ham bone and dried beans. Perfect winter soup.

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Soothing Soup Recipes plus Tasty Tuesdays

10 Soothing Soup Recipes: Comforting soups to make when it is cold outside or you have a cold. Homemade soup, healthy soup recipes.  

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Creamy Carrot and Lemongrass Soup plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party

Do you need a healthy and tasty soup that cooks up in under 30 minutes and will leave you filling satisfied? How about vegan, vegetarian, low fat and/or gluten free? Then you are going to love this Creamy Carrot and Lemongrass Soup. This soup is based on Carrot and Ginger Soup from Bitchin’ Kitchen Cookin’ …

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Moroccan Lentil and Tomato Soup plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky

Oh, do I have a treat for you! This Moroccan Lentil and Tomato Soup is flavorful, vegetarian, gluten free and “guaranteed” to bring you good fortune in the new year if you eat a big bowl on New Year’s Day. Well, the last part is folklore, but these lentils were fabulous! The spice combination in …

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Hearty Ham and Potato Soup plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party

October is almost over and it is actually getting chilly at night the last week or so here in Southern California. And that means it is finally SOUP WEATHER!!!! The other night I whipped up this easy and filling Ham and Potato Soup for dinner. The 7 year old devoured it! Time for the Happy Mommy Dance. …

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Cajun Gumbo: “Big Easy” Comfort in About an Hour

Cajun Gumbo. Simple Cajun stew with chicken and or shrimp and okra in a thick gravy like base. Paul Prudhomme’s browned flour roux substitute.

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Sopa de Pollo Borracho (Drunken Chicken Soup)

It is officially Autumn! Do you hear that, Mother Nature?! We are heading back up to 100 degrees by the weekend? Could you please turn down the thermostat a bit? Just a little bit. Please, Ma’am. If it isn’t too much trouble. I am trusting her to hear my plea and am going through the archives for …

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Curried Sweet Potato Soup plus Tasty Tuesdays Link Up

While flipping through the original May I Have a Copy of That Recipe cookbook that was the precursor to this website, I came across a recipe for Curried Sweet Potato Soup that I knew wasn’t on the blog yet. Mostly because I know Ma’am never made. She put it in as a joke for a …

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Lentil Soup Mix

I took a huge tray of cookies to the staff at J’s school this morning that included the Chocolate Cream Cheese Cookies and Chocolate Dipped Citrus Peel Cookies (sans the chocolate dip) plus some simple Almond Cherry Spritz cookies. I figure sugar is going to help them through this last week before vacation. The class …

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Tasty Tuesdays Link Up and 7 Soup and Chili Recipes

Another batch of scrumptious recipes were shared on the Tasty Tuesdays Linky last week. Since it is actually dipping in to the 70’s around here this week, I thought I would feature some of the soup and chili recipes that were shared last week. 30 Minute Chili from Domain of the Mad Mommy Chicken Enchilada …

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Photo A Day – Food Theme with recipes

This month Chantelle Elem at Fat Mum Slim changed up her normal Photo A Day prompts and assigned a letter to each day plus the numbers 1 through 5. You can take a picture of ANYTHING that symbolizes the prompt to you. As soon as I saw the list, I knew food was going to be the …

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Posole – Mexican Pork and Hominy Stew

I am dreaming of cool Fall weather these days to help me get through what I hope is the last hot spell of the year. Curling up under a blanket, listening to the gentle rain and enjoying a nice bowl of soup. Like this Posole. Unlike Abuela’s version, (not my Abuela actually, but someone else’s Mexican …

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10 Pizza Inspired Recipes

Don’t get me wrong, I love pizza. You can mix it up in so many ways from varying the crust (thick, thin, gluten free, French bread, vegetables) to the sauce (tomato sauce, barbecue sauce, white sauce) and then there are the almost limitless toppings (only cheese, meat, vegetables, different cheeses, herbs, fruit, you name it!). But one cannot …

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Armenian Manti (Monti)

I originally saw this recipe back in December and promised myself I would make it since Jamie from I am not the Babysitter raved about it so much she put learning to make it on her “30 things to do before turning 30 list”. I do not have such a list, and my 30th birthday came and …

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Recipes from my Grandma Ruth

My Grandma Ruth passed away Saturday at the age of 98. I have some stories over on Aud the Broad if you are interested. Considering she is the reason this website was created, in a round about way, I figured I’d share a few of her recipes. Ma’am tried to make Mashed Potato Pancakes once and they came …

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Dandelion Soup and Sauteed Dandelion Greens

While flipping through The Yul Brynner Cookbook that Ma’am had given me (thanks again, Mamacita!) I saw a recipe for Dandelion Soup. Like anyone with a lawn, I immediately thought WEED Soup?! Sorry, I am not allowing any to hang around my yard long enough to find out. He also mentions young nettles can be …

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Grandma’s Sick Soup – Potato Soup – aka Vichyssoise

Potato and Leek Soup

Typical October weather (95 one day, 70 and rainy a few days later) coupled with interrupted sleep has led to a bunch of sickies in my house.  So, it is comfort food time! For me it is Grandma Ruth’s Sick Soup (potato and leek) and hot Dr. Pepper with lemon. I know that last one …

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A Votre Santé

Regardless of the potential fraud or sensationalism perpetrated by the Discovery Networks, I am fairly confident I speak for most people when I say we should all be a little more conscious of what we eat and its effect on our health. The American Heart Association has a handy online tool called My Life Check to help you “learn the state of your heart and what you can do to live a better life”.

Free E-Guide: Choosing Healthy Fats

As a thank you for signing up for our biweekly newsletter we will send you a copy of 30 Tips for Choosing Healthy Fats in Your Diet. Then every two weeks we will send you delicious recipes and other food related fun.